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DAJVY BIMBITIN mtoXObVlM, H. U APRIL 1, 1889.
DKI'AimtKXI "I' I'lNANCK, )
Honolulu, April I, 1889.J
The following persons have been
appointed Assessots and Collectois
of Taxes lor the u'speetive Taxation
Divisions of, the Kingdom, in accord
ance with an Act to amend and regu
late tho Lav, relating to the appoint
ment and tenum of ofheo of Tax
Assessor and Tux Collector, and the
Assessment and Collection of Taxes,
approved the 211 day of AiWist,
A. 1). 1888:
C. A. BUOWN, 1M Division, lblnnd
II. O. TKEADYVA Y, 2nd Division,
Islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.
HERBERT 0. AUSTIN, 3rd Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FARLEY, -1th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niiliati.
AY. L. GREEN,
iMinistcr of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
1 L. A. Tnuiis-ioN,
Minister if Interior.
0. Y. Asiircmu,
212 1m f!2 It
Yt-iyi. to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut estabttsua tor the benefit of all.
MONDAY. APRIL 1, 1889.
FATHER JAMES' ANSWER TO N. G.
Editor Bdlli:tik: In your issue
of March 25th, you bring an article
headed, "A voice from Maui,"
where N. G. reports all he knows or
thinks to know about the doings of
the Catholic priest, in teaching re
ligion in the Government school
As he puts himself on the sides of
my adversaries. I would have liked
him to show me his face like a man,
that is, to sign his name in full un
derneath his remarks.
Air. N. G., you don't believe that
the Hoard of Education was wise
when opening, in November last,
the Government school houses to
tho ministers of religion?
Will you allow us to admire, even
very much prudence in this meas
ure, which gives a chance to all who
believe in religion to have it taught
in them, without injury being done
to unbelievers. If such a reverend
dous not suit you, just tell your
child not to assist at his instruction.
Now, if a teacher lias a reason for
punishing a pupil, common polite
ness ought to tell him that keeping
after school is not the right kind of
punishment, on the day on which a
minister of religion is waiting to give
his instruction. .uise this punish
ment would. ! -ueli a day, strike
quite a numiici m innocent ones.
But your "good aeiisc'" thinks dif
ferently. You mention a report which you
say is rather startling. I beg you
honestly not to urge this point any
farther, because, 1 am in possession
of evidence which would be more
startling yet when published, and
which, for peace sake, 1 prefer to
keep secret. If your thoughts are
free, your words arc not, particu
larly when you accuse me malici
ously of sowing discontent between
laborer and employer. I defy you
to furnisli proof. The true reason
of all this excitement is, that Pro
testants don't believe that we Catho
lics have a right to be Catholics,
and so they entice Catholics to go to
Protestant Sunday school, or Pro
testant worship, and if the Catholic
priest advises his people not to do
so, then he is accused of being the
offender or sower of discontent. 1
am willing to let Protestants alone,
but should thoy come to attack one
sheep of my Hock let them know that
they attack the apple of my eye.
Hero is another falsehood which
you are trying to spread. You say
that I publicly commented on tho
crime of a few Catholics, who went
to see tho dedication of the Protest
ant church. No, sir. I publicly
deny nil's, for tho good reason that
there was no necessity of doing so,
as but very few went there.
Now, you arc trying to make fun of
our petition. You seem to say to the
public that our petition was first,
and that finally another petition
went around to ask the contrary of
ours. You ure rather skilful in
opreading wrong ideas. I have
never been tho first in attacking
nnybody, but I keep stand and face
my antagonist when attacked, as
you witness yourself to-day. So
with the petition also. Your side
had tho honor of petitioning tho
Board of Education, to quickly un
do, what they had done a few
months ago, because it does not suit
ji certain bigoted olas. They got
the names of almost all the white
people around heie. Is it not
strange that such people who can
afford to send their own children to
select schools according to their
wishes, join together by signing such
n petition,itrying to rob the poor
child who bns uo other means of in
struction than what the public
schools offer, from the little chance
of getting some religious instruction
also. This forced me to petition
also. But I got the people who
patronize the public schools to sign ;
my petition. And as you insinuate '
that thoy clul not Know wnai uu jic
tition meant, 1 must tell you that I
admire your simplicity in believing
that anybody signs a paper without
knowing its'object. No, sir. such
fools have not born yet. They knew
what they were about, much better
than vou did yourself when you
wrote your article of falsehood.
Now, let me inform you. that our
petition, althoimh only 8 days in
circulation, (Maich M to 21) has
been signed by over 1,300 persons,
from tho whole Alakawao District,
very many non-Cntholics having
signed it also. 1 will add also that
I have accepted the signatures of
children over ten years of age, as
such children are able to sign their
names, and understand tho object
of the petition, and arc most actu
ally interested in it.
When you add "The consent to
put the names on has very likely
been demanded," you show once
more how little you know about Ca
tholic discipline, and how malicious
ly you spread falsehoods. Is that
sowing concord and peace 'r
After all these misstatements you
conic to the conclusion that it would
be best to withdraw the permission,
l'lease state to our satisfaction, who
is injured by such permission? I
am anxious to see what you will
answer. Then should said permis
sion be withdrawn who is going to
My last word shall be, Let every
body mind his own business, Pro
testants as well as Catholics. Let
school olllcials attend their duties,
without showing bad will to religi
ous instructors, when they appear
at the appointed time, and there
will be no reason of complaint.
REPEAL THAT LAW.
Editor Bui.u'.tin: Thanks to the
well-developed opiatic sniffer of the
Port Surveyor and his good satel
lites, the American bark C. D. Bry
ant will presumably be seized by the
Hawaiian Government. This is not
the worst of it.
The argus-eyrd Custom House
olllcials have uprooted unintention
ally and liiought to the light of day
anil the world one of the most anti
quated fossils in law that ever dis
graced the Statute book of any civi
lized country. Even the pigs on
board the bark caught the contusion
to bring things to light, and broke
the seals bearing the sacred arms of
our realm, bent on discovering hid
den objects beneath the hatches.
I fervently wish this disease
would spread and the whole nation,
young and old, join in finding some
more of such "Pearls at random
strung" in our laws. Here are the
An American vessel loads in a
home port, ships her crew and ar
rives in Honolulu. unc man on
board hides 1 tin or 1U0O tins of
opium on the vessel. (It does not
matter.) The ship is searched, the
drug is found, consequently the
ship reverts to the Hawaiian Gov
ernment. This means simply that one man
with one tin of opium worth So. 50
can jeopardize the entire vessel ; can
in fact, for an outlaj- of a few paltry
dollars assign 20, 30, or 100,000
dollars' woitli of property belonging
to 6ome other nationality to the Ha
waiian Treasury. May I ask with a
speak-easy whisper: "What is the
matter with the Hawaiian Govern
ment employing a man for that pur
pose" Verily there is a great future
for Hawaii Nei ! It is certainly a
very economical way of acquiring a
navy. A little while and every poit
in the world will have a Hawaiian
ilag flying in it.
This is our side of the question,
the other one we have not heard
from yet, and my private opinion is,
when we do there will be consterna
tion among the "secret conclave."
I just imagine "Wliangbuster"
turning the color of Mary's lamb
and "Dick Blunt" crying "Hunt
It is certainly to be hoped that
the warmth created by five chunks
of wisdom silting on one bench and
atone time will have a judicious in
fluence upon their thoughts and gen
erate a feeling of judicious prudence
when rendering their grand finale.
"Unconstitutional" for instance
does not sound bad, and 1 am sine
that if it so lie the songsinith of the
"Oirl" will immoitalize the quin
vou muchly for this
Last year 20,000 persimmon trees
were exported Irom Japan to the
"Now, Johnny," said tho teacher,
"what Scriptural quotation would
you use if somebody should call
Jimmy a fool? You remember, 'He
that callcth ' " Johnny "Oh, I
know! 'The truth should not be
spoken at all time' " Boston Tran
script. In Boston Airs. Berkeley Have
you seen thoso new prayer-rugs at
Pherrs ? Airs. Claundose Yes.
Aien't they lovely? But do you
know that Bincc tins Concord school
has made the occult so popular, I'm
getting to prefer my -tiger-mat for
supplicattve purposes." f Time,
A MKET1XO 01' l'HOlT.UTY OWNT.11S AND
At 1 1 o'clock this morning a meet-
ing of property owners and residents
of Beretania street and neighbor-
hood cast of Alapai street, was held
at tho t uainner of Commerce room
in response to n call by advertise
ment, to consider what steps should
betaken to lemove tho railroad
track with steam engine off Bore
tauia street : also to get said street
repaired and in good condition.
There weie present: Messrs. J. B.
Atherton, II. A. Wideintiun, C. O.
Berger, C. M. Cooke, C. lluslnce,
G. l- Boardman, T. R. Lucas, J.
Lazarus, J.N. Bobinson,G.E. Howe,
E. C. Howe, C. A. Peacock, II. Lose,
N. l Burgess, E. K. Hendry, John
Ena, and W. Maertens.
Mr. C. M. Cooke was appointed
chairman and Air. C. O. Berger
Air. Merger said the object of the
meeting' was stated in the notice
calling it, and needed no explanation
as eeryone knew the position they
were in. He moved that a commit
tee of five be appointed to wait upon
the Minister ol Interior and ascer
tain the future plans with regard to
tho railway on beretania street, and
request that the street be repaired.
It was stated by one gentleman
that a new locomotive had been or
dered, the gauge of the track was to
be altered and the track repaired.
Air. Atherton thought it best to
make enquiries as to what was to be
Air. Cooke thought it best to dis
cuss the matter before a committee
was appointed The locomotive
ought to run at stated hours, and
the stieet ought to be widened.
Air. Widemann asked, Did they
want to be permanently bothered
with tin- railroad? While it was
there temporarily nothing much
would be said, they would have to
grin and bear it. He had lived for
ele en years on Beietania street,
and through that time there had
never been a thorough repair of the
road. The Heforni Government
promised the llrsttlinm they would do
would be repairs to Beretania street.
It, was now nearly two years and
nothing had yet been done.
The motion to appoint a commit
tee was carried and the chairman
appointed the following gentlemen:
C. O. Berger, J. 15. Atlieiton, E. C.
Howe, W. Alaciteus, and T. K.
The meeting then adjourned sub
ject to the call of the committee.
Evidently your correspondent on
Alaui who signs himself N. G. has
got hold of some staitling news
which on the face of it seems ridi
culous. 1 refer to the part of his
communication where lie mentions
that "rumor says the lion. II. P.
Baldwin will discharge all Portu
guese in his employ who do not at
tend the Makawao Foreign Church."
Any one conversant with the sub
ject of labor as obtained on most of
the plantations on these islands,
knows that a huge propoilion of the
laborers are shipped, and that to
discharge them before their tontiact
expires, means in many cases the
loss of a large sum of money which
no planter will voluntaiilly lose for
the sake of trying to force his labor
ers to embrace the same religious
faith that he professes. However it
is not for me to take up the gauntlet
that Dame Humor has thiown down,
in defence of Air. B.ddwiu in this
matter; those who know that gentle
man also know, that the substance
of the rumor is absolutely false.
During the last week there has
been a spasmodic attempt on the
part of the authorities to hunt up
lepers, which has resulted in four
more uiiloriiinaies being gathered
into the fold. They weie sent from
Kahului on the steamer Viva on
Thursday last. The government is
to be commended lor ihe action it
lias recently taken in building sev
eral good substantial buildings in
different paits oi the islands for the
reception and retention of persons
who are apprehended, preparatory
to their being scut to Honolulu.
Such a building is in procc.! of
construction in UiU district now, and
before the next lot of suspects are
taken it will be finished; then these
poor alllicted people will have com
fortable quarter.-) and good care dur
ing their tcmpoiury confinement
awaiting a chance, to be i-ent away,
and not be tluust into a prisoners
cell in a country lock-up like a veri -able
criminal as has been the custom
The weather still continues dry
and rain is auxiouslv looked for.
Heavy clouds that ordinarily would
portend a down pour of rain are
dispelled without reliiiguishiug a
drop and the parched eanh is sorely
in need of moisture. As yet tho
supply of water fioin the mountains
has not diminished enough to er
musly iclaid the making of sugar,
owing probably to Iiequeiit showers
of lain high up on Htueakala, but
tho low lands are suffering badl.
Air. Siiuil. I Chil ingwoith, form
erly Deputy Sheriff of Alakawao,
has been promoted to the olllce ol
Deputy Sheriff of Alaui, vice Air.
II. G. Trcadway, resigned, to take
the olllce of Tax Assessor and Col
lector (under the new law) tor this
district, which embraces "the Isl
ands of Alaui, Lanai and Alolokai,
Air. Loriu A. Andrew has been ap
pointed to the position made vacant
by Mr. Chilliugworlh'spiomofion.
A short time since the Pain Mill
finished grinding a field of enne (90
acres) for the Grove Ranch Planta
tion that averaged over seven tons
of sugar to the acre, the best yield
so far this year, on this part of the
island. There are other promising
fields in tho district to hear from
yet, but it is doubtful if any exceed
this phenointnal yield.
The subjicl of icligious teaching
in the public schools, and the recent
petitions, one to abolish and th?
other to letnin the practice, which
have been pretty freely circulated
throughout the district, have given
rise to considerabl comment and
argument i elative to the good to be
accomplished by retaining the cus
tom, and I think that those who
have dei tared In the negative have
the best of the argument. So far
as this district is concerned, (as
near as I can find out) only the
Catholic eh ry have availed them
selves of the opportunity offered by
the Board of Education to teach
religion. Thus but one denomina
tion has been represented and but
one creed taught. Of cotitso that
is not the fault of any one but those
particularly interested in religious
teaching, as all have an equal oppor
tunity. Perhaps the protestant
clergy don't think the Behool room
tho place for such teachings and
therefoie confine their labors in this
direction to the Sunday school and
the family circle. A great many
pnicnts think the same, and arc
strong in their denunciation of car
ryinj' such teachings in the public
schools. Alany whom I have heard
express an opinion on tho subject
say that the Lord's prayer (which
all Christian creeds use) should lie
the only form of worship allowed in
the school room, and that all sec
tarianism shou'd be rigidly dis
couraged. What action the Boatd
of Education will take in the matter
when these petitions come before
them, remains to be seen, but one
thing is certain that all the better
class of the iiihabbaiits on this part
ot the island will be pleaded to hear
that they have rescinded the order.
Paui, Maioh 2(S, 1NH!.
Since writing the abore we have
had several showers of iain and the
dust is pretty well laid. We want a
great deal inoie J el.
OriE DAY'S LATER NEWS.
The Ilawaran baik Fooling Suey,
ai rived this morning from San Fran
cisco bringing one day's later news.
There is very little of importance.
Following is a summary:
San Francisco and other cities in
tin: Sales were much excited over
the luuiKi's from Samoa regarding
the Nipsie. The papers ol Alarch
10th says there is no truth in the
leport at all. One rumor spread
round in San Francisco was that the
steamer City of Puebla was to go to
Apia as a dispatch boat. Another
"that the Alameda was captured,
but Capt. Alorse allowed his ship to
fall behind the German corvette, and
then putting on full steam forged
ahead and clashed into the enemy
amidships and sent her to the bot
tom with all on board." At Pitts
burg, a performance took place at
the Academy of Aliisie during which
there was a "song of all nations."
The singers cairicd Hags of all
nations. When the German ilag
was displayed there was hissing and
a tumultuous row.
An earthquake in Yokohama Feb.
I81I1 lasted six minutes and twelve
Diptheria is epidemic at Cranbury
township, Pennsylvania. Nine chil
dren have died from it.
A severe storm was raging at
Pittsfield, Alass., Alarch 0.
Two Chinese who had been dis
covcicd enticing little girls into their
opium dens at Milwaukee, W'i3.,
were nearly lynched by a mob
John L. Sullivan is 011 a spree
again. J ere Dunn tlueateuecl to
shoot him if Sullivan molested him.
The American base ball players
arrived at London Alarch 9.
A new ministry lias been formed
King Alenelek of Shea has form
ally declared war against Xing John
A bill has been introduced into
the Minnesota Legislature abolishing
hanging as the punishment for capital
crimes and substituting electricity.
Wabash, Neb. was nearly des
troyed by lire Alarch 9.
Great Hoods prevail in Western
England. Hallway traffic is inter
rupted and passengers on some of
the blockaded trains were compelled
to sleep in the ears. The Hoods are
the greatest that have prevailed dur
ing the piesent generation.
Congressman Townwhend of Illi
nois, died of pneumonia March il.
Theie was a bier row amonir
Deuioeratio faetioiis alTioy, N. Y.,
March !. Revolvers were discharg
ed and several men wounded.
The relations betwuen lSritUh
India and ihe natives of Lindi and
Kilwa are badly strained and llio
position is regarded as piecaiioui.
Monday, April Ibt.
Kauaaua, Maliuo, Joe Coiikih and
AVelehu had each to pay (' for
Wnioli chaiged with profanity for
feited SU bail.
Walter K. Hitchcock charged
with being a gross cheat was re
manded to the 'lib.
Other cases were continued.
THE OLDEST DAILY in the
JL Kingdom "The Daily Bulletin."
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Lease of Residence
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At Ihe rislilu ee of Alls. O H.Luce,
Punchbowl stnut, 1 will soil at Public
The Lease of said Residence!
Having 4J-5 yeir to run, wbh prhilega
of yi:nis eMu'is' n lit n itimiilily rental
ot ft 0. Al-o ul liu.-iimolliiH and place
I will 'ell the
Entire Househ Id Furniture !
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
Largo Km Cento Tib c,
Chlnou InMd Cent r fable,
Unhol. Easy Chairs A Sofas,
Kbon CUair", Wicker l'ii-y Clialm,
Marblelop TahlcB, Pictures
1 Uprig'Jit. Piano,
(Hmlall Cane, & Co. ranker-) j
Decorated Viim", KoaBook Shelves
Large Koa Uot'U Case,
EJ. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Spiingaml Hair Mattrasse,
Luigi' bias- 15edsie.ul,
1 I.avijc V idinbe,
Dressing Tables, Bureaus,
1 Cnh iu Aliih'etop Wuslistiiiu,
1 Lurg. Kon Olllce Table it Disk,
1 Oh.ivoI WiiIolcuird,
(1 Cuicil Dining Chairs,
1 H. W. I'edest-il H.. Dining Table,
Ore e.Ui ry, Obiss nad l'inted U'are.
1 "Model Cook" Range and Utensils,
Meat 5-afo, Uefinn.'rttnr,
(I inlen Miami l..ir" I'enis,
i CAinti.voj': jiois;ju: !
1 ! .vhcclu I llr.it, ., 1 Scl ar.ie-s
K;n , iCte , hie . Kie.
H?" P miys -will lie mii n iiir In on
umi on hie '113, vi.ril 2iei, irom !) a m
tn a e. M.
J AS. F. MORGAN,'
'.07 7' Au tioiiffr
WICU.-UUOKKtf, 1st eln8
.Mule, anil (i i-ets of llar-
wsn. Apply to
Cor. Queen & 1'iinehliou I streets.
Ori r fr 'in iltc Thomas
l'i.iee, 1'iikoi Mieit,
jv on trutny morning.
a .uiireu ii.ii, nv n uoi' ui
One Dark 11 r.-e, mm Lid with thi'tle
brand on hi:, lia right forwaid fool
while, lonsr lii'l, t-li iii'ij 111 -ne mid fme
lrick. Helimi to Iviiu; liios, Hotel
street, or t tie I'll' m l'l-Tce. 20i! tf
M,T1CE to CItEBITOKS.
MK. P. WILHr-l.M, or Wi ime.,
li. iini, li.wii:. niiide 1111 iisif.!,.
mcnl to llie uede.igncil let' ihe u-nelli
if his, eieiiitor.-, all pnsoi R having mi.
el'iinis t:giin! w. il P. W'llhelin mi
hereby iepies'.-(l to p c-eat ihe sune to
tho un-leisigiie ul ihe oil ee ul II. II id;
lehi & (Jo w: hiu Unee months lium
il tie, nn'l nil pell? n- 1 1 ic'iled to tiiid
P. U'iihelni me r o,'ie'rt 'o make im
in filiate p t; nn 1,1 10 .). W. 1. nchinitfl
lit Vaimei. 01 to
.). P. IIAI'KPILD,
A-sdgnee 01 P. ilhelm.
Hono'uPi, M.11.I1 ;5, Iw-U. .0 7
I T.i'pecia' meeting of tho People'."
XX !c- .t I'.ef njentor Co lielu iliis
ila,.Mr II vl. D hv whs eleetui treas
urer, V. E Willi 11 -iu'iiel
W. K. POSTER,
Scieta-y I'. . Ai H. Co.
Honolulu, Mareh au, 1SS9. 210 at
nHIIE partnerMiip heretofore xiftlnu
JL lieiween M. N. bumlcrs :in 1 P. I.
Cutler under the namu of jSnnder'n hji
prebs. Ci IniB bien ili.s-olvcd. The his.
nehs will lie earned on hi M. N Sniiili-r
ns heretofore. P. 1. Cutlei U tiotnutho.
li.eil 10 e.ollecl any monies due the Hun,
cither on the express liiisine.-b or lor the
eariajjo of tuuhUh.
200 1m M. N. SANDIiRS.
San FhaiiCisco, Cat,.,
Puliiuary 10. )80. J
Wli hnrewilli ceitily Unit Messis
Do. Id & Miller urn our dulj an.
Ihmi.eil and only agenie for ihe' Ha
wiiiian Islands for the bidM of our Lager
licer in Leg-.
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
l'JOtf .lohu II. Wieland lSios.
bltiia'.i! mi ICulaoldihiia 1'htliiH to
Lot Xo. Hit on Gnv.Tiimont map
of KnhiiiltHhint l'liiins, wlih cnliu;u and
oiii.hniidln.'b, s-huilu nnd choice f'lllt
Iriea. 'Ilunhiihas it fiuntuuu uf 101,'i
feet on tteieiunia iiua anil depth ol
14H.-1 ii'rt. Oott,ij;u now neciipicil hy
.Mr. II. l.ymti.
E.nt. So. 8! on mhl innp with home,
and oin-ie lidmiih mill lino finit mid
ehuluinui 'i'hU ).i fionta on YniHi''
blr-ei 101.11 feet nnd I n'l a dei th
of 1 18.4 ft-ct and ti.tjiilniuir lot 107 .tt
tho i ear.
Thebu lotH adjoin Unit valnahlo pro.
per.y owned md oequplcd by Mr. V.
Maeiietif, nnd arc ihu piopvity of Mm.
ESy-Tlu-y will ho void either in puicels
or iib a whole. Po- fnuhcr infnrmatloii
anply to Wai. O. SMITH,
201 tf Attorney lor Nancy Wirt.
JOo X e JlJJL
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AKE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
Rereiaiants 5ra AH Departments.
Just Received a
M if ill I (P1
Id fcSn r v3 '1 fl n b vA
-ECS AT FISHEiS-S-
FOR ONE WEEK
-WE WILL SELL
Our 2.50 Parasols for $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for 2.00.
Our $4.50 Parasols for 2.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for S'SMO.
&2g owe w
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUK TIME TO PURCHASE
TliBse Prices we
Be 11 liltf 4B O
FOAf;r s-rxREJy.r, hoaolulu.
)- BARGAINS -3 New Line of - BARGAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Priees than uver b'-foio. New imoice of
SHEF-HAIWIBB, FLOWS k Oil iEMAMSE.
JSovoltiew nntt 5'
Removal of Barber
P. JARDIM ha-- removid liif
lion ilfim Kin" sijiii.t In M ct'ii r.
n'h IJilli.inl Pallors, P.iii Mini, wl.eic
lie Is iii'par:-il in s. ivt- v.nli iliulie.ii
cute and neatness tin- avdention ol his
an. Solicits the H, ul i,itinpimt nf .,11
m'l 215 Mi lv
NIUIj I- iiiiiiuil ( o'lugi
on Punchbowl ttree'
ncir lhc Mmmon Chinch, a
fine health loculitj, quid itelslihorliuoil.
Inquire of " A. VOGKL,
18H tf At Kcl. UoflVclilai'Ki'i- & (Jo.-.
IIOOSIS TO LET
., (pOMKOUTABLY Punish
ia v cu iionnit. 110:1111 11 re-
& 'I" iieo. Apply ai "iiiiininci-
lain llonsis" King ireet, opposlt" ICa.
waiuhao Seminary. 181 tl
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW On Hinder Our.
iui:e ju.i iiiiininci
and h.ind-.oniely tiinuned
in liioi das- r.iyle 11111 -t ho iinniedialely
Mild tu elosii an aBslii'in nl, can he bi'en
nt W. II. Pagi-V ciirino m.'iiitiiautiiiy,
No. 12rf Foil street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
CtOI'IES of Ihu Hawaiian Direct' ry
' for J8K8-D reck-ntly puhlibhcd by
the MoKeiiiicy Directory Co. tor bale.
Pi ico $!l CO.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
new, containiiiL' parlor,
ulniiifj-rooin, 4 hudroonib, kit
chen, hathrnoin and wntcr.close.1, vcr.in
das. Btablo, wug-m-bhcl, chicken lioiibe
and yard, llo.er g.ndeii, etc. Lot l)5x
00 leei, and lcasuT lol uiljohiliiK 7,rA7
ii ui. Sititntu at Kapalmna, niatika hide
of King btl eel. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
LONG e.stabllblicd in a de
biiahlc locality in Hono.
lulu, with unexpired lease of
m yearn at low lental u ollered, (on
aceon.'t of ill-healih), uithout bonuB, to
party biiyiuj: Ihu luuiltuiu at a fair
valuation, 'I hem are .t rooms on tho
niumUet well furnishetl, yielding a
handsome leveuuu Ajiply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
LEES & CO.
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK-
for 0;c M Oily
ft a 9 If L
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Lrarihm- fl;il?hur 1 loupe.
In JCm-jse Tarioty.
AH. liOVAT, Vtieilnary Surgeon,
ullioo unit j h;iuiKU! at Dnwullsn
Hotel -lahles, corner Hi tcl and R chaid
IlL'ct. cieinillu tn-'Hnient in all di-ea-es
of demesne nnintiils Orders for
plaiiiatinit and iiiim.1i .lock piomptly
iltemlul t . Mutual Tekphom; i!,-),
P. O 15ox H2(!. nih.lS-S'J
Club House Dime
Having Fcctned the tcrviecs of a
FsrHt 1Ihh Cook
And miiili; tiKin oilier cliHiigei in tho
inanagiment we are now pre-
jiiind to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hoierv oxpoit'd fiom Ba'br'ogan,
Ireland, b Smyth & Co (L'd), luia this
Tiado Mark on each article.
Hy an Act of Parliament lately passed
it ib nuidc a felony to ubo tho word Hal.
brlggitu on poods not nianufactiired
theiu, cither by stamping 011 goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unlaw tho
place wlicte niuutifaclured is also stated
111 equally large letters as tho word
SMYTH & CO. (IA1),
The Original Balbriggau Hosiers,
Per W. 0. Sproull,
I have now on hand a Large Assort
In all colors and styles,
Specially made to my order and pattern,
801 W. C. WltOULt.
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